Let’s start with Hillary. In my eyes Hillary is acting like she is the heir apparent for the Democratic nominee. As if, we all owe this to her because she lost the 2008 nomination. Now, I don’t think this is a good strategy. I think it’s a fatal mistake. However, the GOP field are screwing things up so much Hillary does look better by keeping her mouth pretty much shut.
I think Mrs. Clinton is making a mistake. She should get out there and tell the American people what exactly the difference is between donating to the Clinton Foundation is to donating to the Clinton family is. You think she has already done this? No, she has not. She needs to come out and talk straight about what donations to the Foundation mean, how they are separated from personal payments and more importantly, how they are separated from her work as Secretary of State.
Her not doing this leads one to think their is something she is hiding. She must come out, clear the air on this and the emails then most importantly speak of her vision for the future of this Country.
How will she be different than Barack Obama? Or her husband, president Clinton? Hopefully this is all to come, but she must clear up what most people see as her less than open and honest comments on the role money plays.
Jeb Bush. I am shocked at how poorly he is doing. To me, he is the only threat the Democrats have of losing the White House. Why? He is the only GOP candidate who is not bat-shit-crazy. But, every time Jeb opens his mouth he sounds worse and worse. Knowing what we know now he would have still invaded Iraq in 2003? Seriously?
It wasn’t his brother that over spent and sent the Country into Trillions of dollars in debt, it was the Congress? Ok, Mr. Bush, you sound like a complete idiot digging your own grave. You mad a comment just today that made you sound not only out of touch but also unaware.
Mr. Bush, I believe your candidacy will be short lived. You not only have no ability to field expected questions, you have no vision to move the Country forward. Also, you look miserable on the campaign trail. You don’t look like you are enjoying yourself or that you want to be president. Do us all a favor and drop out of the race.
Bernie Sanders. Yes, I like what you are saying about improving income equality. I love what you are saying about the people on Wall Street not going to jail after the reckless stunts they pulled that brought the economy down. We do need that kind of vision for the future of this Country. When a black kid with a joint goes to jail for dozens of years and the big banks gambled with our economy and went unchallenged. That is an injustice.
My question for you, Mr. Sanders is what would you do with a Congress who rejects every bill you suggest and blocks you at every turn. We have seen this travesty the last 7 years with president Obama. This, of course, is a question for any candidate for 2016.
And on to the rest. Martin O’Malley. Who? We don’t know you and your announcement speech sounded just like president Obama’s in 2008. You need to tell us why he couldn’t do it and you can. Huckabee? In his hatred for gays wants people to ignore the Constitution. That invalidates him immediately. Santorum, with similar and personal hatred towards gays also would contest the Supreme Court. You, Mr. Santorum have also just invalidated yourself.
Rand Paul, playing with National Security for your own political benefit makes you not only unworthy of the presidency it makes you a traitor of this Country.
The also-rans, the 30+ I haven’t mentioned. You have all shot yourself in the foot some how or another.
What are we left with? Hillary Clinton and no sane viable GOP candidate. Mrs. Clinton, I sincerely hope you take my advice so all Dems can be behind you.
We have a long way to go before November 2016. You will be hearing a lot more from me.